Crossing the doorway of a boutique is like renewing with a part of one’s childhood.
To hear the doorbell ring, go looking for the hidden treasure; be woven into a spell of sudden complicity...
Then, arriving home, undoing the ribbon and allowing oneself to be overwhelmed by the memory of a shared emotion.
Provocative actor of training
Experience, the key factor of learning
The times when team training took place passively around a table are finished. Outmoded and gloomy training centres are gone, and no more forgetting the support manual in a cupboard. Today, it’s about creating ultra-operational, development workshops where your teams can express and excel themselves while rediscovering the pleasures of learning.
Strong and universal values
More than a training center, you enter into a zone of values.
Grande boutique école, " Move up : decide to no longer live on your tiptoes. "
Espace Management, " Change : open up your own miracle of surprises. "
Petite Boutique Ecole, " Dare : let yourself go in the deliciousness of being yourself."
Cuisine, " Share : offer with pleasure even if it means nibbling in secret."
Toilettes, " Think: concentrate on the most important and leave the rest behind."
Technical space, " Get on : connect with others at a lightning speed. "
True or false
But where does texageres come from ?
Christophe Flous has kept two endearing memories of his summers spent in Uncle Jeannot’s bakery and in Cousin Suzettes’s grocery store : the sound of the till opening above his head and the maternal expression “Christophe, t'exagères !” (you’re exaggerating) which interrupted his day just when the clock chimed 8 o’clock.